Solutions Across the Entire
Health Care Continuum
Lack of interoperability within health IT systems is considered a major barrier to digital health progress. Neeka is built to work with other technologies to improve communication and reduce inefficiency.
The patient is the focus of everything Neeka does. We have developed a cutting edge mobile app that puts the patient in complete control of their health data.
Neeka is built on a foundation of research innovation. Neeka surgeons have pioneered lifesaving advancements in the fields of minimally-invasive neurosurgery, neuro-oncology, and vascular neurosurgery.
A Track Record of Innovation
“The players and families in the NHL Alumni Association face unique challenges, and the Neeka Platform is the only platform we trust. From enhanced privacy needs to insights based on social determinants of health, Neeka is the most comprehensive wellness platform.”
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Neeka Health Canada and the National Hockey League Alumni Association seek collaborations with natural therapeutic organizations
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Part II: Hospital providers should prepare for longer than they think
Originally published to Becker’s Hospital Review The COVID-19 pandemic started nearly eleven months ago and has resulted in worldwide human suffering, an economic meltdown, and increased healthcare inequities and disparities. It has also contributed to a highly...
Amin Kassam: Hospital providers should prepare for two years of COVID-19 pandemic
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NHL Alumni Association strikes deal with cannabis company for medical exams, brain scans
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Teen’s idea leads to surgical innovations at Aurora St. Luke’s
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